FNQ Allied Health Association Inc. is made up of Allied Health Professionals in Far North Queensland from a wide range of disciplines employed in both government and non government organisations including private practice. Current members are from a wide range of Allied Health professions including: Audiologists, Chiropractors, Credentialed Diabetes Educators, Dietitians, Exercise Physiologists, Occupational Therapists, Orthotists and Prosthetists, Osteopaths, Pharmacists, Physiotherapists, Podiatrists, Psychologists, Social Workers and Speech Language Pathologists.
To inform our FNQ community of the essential diverse roles of each individual allied health profession
We provide members with regular updates of the association’s activities, CPD and networking opportunities. We seek to support you when facing issues affecting your profession via our monthly committee meetings. The more voices we have – the louder we will be heard as health reform evolves. Membership is FREE, send in your application form to keep informed. Download pdf form here or Download word document.
The Objectives of FNQAHA
- To develop partnerships within the health and education and social support systems to coordinate quality allied health services throughout Far North Queensland to help ensure the highest standard of health care for the people of Far North Queensland
- To ensure the sustainability and inclusion of private practising allied health professionals in the planning and delivery of primary health care services in Far North Queensland
- To act as a conduit for external organisations to interact with allied health professionals
- To facilitate interaction between and within the allied health professions in all areas of practice and to develop a shared understanding of the needs and priorities of allied health professionals within FNQ / Far North Queensland